The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival has just concluded – but the films screened on the week-long event continue to get rave reviews. Cambodia’s very own ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’ and ‘In the Life of Music’ were among the most applauded inside Tokyo cinemas.
With the apparent rise in number of Cambodians travelling to Japan for tourism, the Embassy of Japan and the Japan National Tourism Organisation organised the Japan Travel Fair at Aeon Mall Sen Sok City on November 11 and 12.
The continued challenges of a changing economic environment are not new to the Asean+3 region, which consists of the 10 Asean members plus China (including Hong Kong), Japan and Korea.
Japan’s economy, which likely shrank in the third quarter, is set to grow more slowly.
Eddie Jones is planning to pay his former team full respect when they play England.
Kashima Antlers head coach proclaimed the Japanese side’s battling draw in Iran.
Aiming to deepen the friendship between Japan and other Asian nations, Tokyo International Film Festival continues to offer a venue for filmmakers and film enthusiasts across the region to gather and connect.
Phnom Penh Court tries two top job recruiting firm officials over cheated 31 people.
With trade and political ties between the governments strengthening, Cambodian exports to Japan rose sharply in the first nine months of the year.
A laptop built by a local startup may soon be sold across Asean, Japan and beyond.
In Japan, a student standing out from the rest of the class is a recipe for trauma, with the child more likely to become a victim of intense bullying by the classmates. DW’s Julian Ryall finds out that bullying cases have now hit a record high.
SoftBank Group Corp chief executive Masayoshi Son will face questions about his company’s dependence on Saudi Arabia.
Wickremesinghe says over a billion dollars of development aid had been frozen.
Opening wide doors for Cambodian youths to experience and understand Japan – its culture, traditions and developments – the Embassy of Japan and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held the JENESYS 2018 youth exchange programme at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center on October 25.
City hall requests Japan’s help in constructing an additional water treatment facility.
Europe’s World Cup hopefuls get their last chance to measure up against the southern hemisphere superpowers.
Princess Ayako marries commoner Kei Moriya at a traditional ceremony in Tokyo.
Understanding that the Belt and Road Initiative is here to stay, Japanese engagement can shape the massive investments and get more business for its companies.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ongoing official visit to China is adding new impetus to Beijing-Tokyo ties. Leaders from both sides have expressed their willingness and determination to further develop bilateral cooperation.
For the first time, the Asean Council of Japan Alumni Conference was hosted in the cosmopolitan town of Siem Reap last week. The event, now on its 24th year, aims to strengthen the relationship of Japan and Asean nations through tourism, education and culture sharing.